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Neighborhood Cleanup Day

August 18, 2017 

Mark your calendars for San Leandro’s annual Neighborhood Cleanup Day on Saturday, October 7, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Residents are invited to participate in the Citywide Garage sale from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. The City will publish a map and listing of participating addresses in the October 5 edition of the San Leandro Times (registration by September 27, 2017 is required).

For more information, visit www.RecycleSanLeandro.org or call 577-6026.


Manor Park Gets New Play Structures on Aug 5th -Volunteers Needed

July 14, 2017 

You're invited to help make San Leandro more playful by creating a new place for kids to play. Thanks to the financial support of Kaiser Permanente and volunteers from San Leandro Police Association and Alameda County Firefighters Association Local 55, Manor Park will get new play structures on Sat. Aug. 5th.

We need more volunteers to help make this project a success. To register, please email: dtrujillo@sanleandro.org or 577-3244


Additional News
Tuesday August 22, 2017
9:30 AMBaby Time (Main Library)

Baby Time: Rhymes, songs and books for ages 0 to 12 months

*space is limited to 15 families
Enjoy focused time with your baby (pre-walkers ages 0 to 12 months) during this short session. We’ll sing songs in English and Spanish, learn easy movement activities, and explore board books, followed by time to play/bond with your baby and talk with other parents and caregivers. If you have a baby and a toddler/preschooler, please attend our toddler storytime or preschool storytime instead.

10:30 AMCanciones Y Cuentos (Main Library)

Canciones y cuentos en Español para bebes y niños menores de tres años

Disfruta libros, cuentos y canciones en Español en la biblioteca con tus bebes y niños pequeños. Aprende canciones y rimas que puedes usar cada día con ellos en casa. Ven y juega con nosotros terminando la lectura del cuento.

5:30 PMNational Night Out

Join members of your community, the San Leandro Police Department, and the Alameda County Fire Department in the 34rd Annual National Night Out (NNO), sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch. Last year’s National Night Out campaign involved citizens, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local officials from over 16,000 communities. In all, it is estimated that in 2016 over 38 million neighbors participated in “American’s Night Out Against Crime.” NNO is designed to: Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; Generate support for, and participation in, Neighborhood Watch Programs and other anti-crime efforts; Strengthen neighborhood spirit and Police/Community relations; and Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are fighting back against crime.

The National Association of Town Watch was established in 1981 as a nonprofit, crime prevention organization. The first National Night Out was introduced in 1984. San Leandro has a long history of participating in National Night Out. For more than 20 years members of the San Leandro Police Department have been visiting neighborhood activities throughout the City. In 2016, 52 neighborhood events took place. We would like to encourage members of the community to participate in the 2017 National Night Out.

If your neighborhood, business or homeowner association is planning something special on August 1st, members of the Police Department would like to stop by to introduce themselves between the hours of 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Please register your event @ https://www.sanleandro.org/depts/pd/programs/nnorf.asp

For more information contact the Crime Prevention Unit @ CrimePrevention@sanleandro.org


Wednesday August 23, 2017
9:30 AMToddler Time (Main Library)

TODDLER STORYTIME: Stories, rhymes and romps for ages 1-3

Just the right pace for you and your totally nonstop toddler up to age 3, we’ll enjoy stories, songs and active rhymes, followed by a play time. We offer duplicate sessions at 9:30am and 10:30am, so please choose just one to attend. This storytime takes place in the ESTUDILLO ROOM of the Main Library.

10:30 AMToddler Time (Main Library)

TODDLER STORYTIME: Stories, rhymes and romps for ages 1-3

Just the right pace for you and your totally nonstop toddler up to age 3, we’ll enjoy stories, songs and active rhymes, followed by a play time. We offer duplicate sessions at 9:30am and 10:30am, so please choose just one to attend. This storytime takes place in the ESTUDILLO ROOM of the Main Library.

1:30 PMPreschool Storytime (Main Library)

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME: Stories, songs and play for preschoolers (and up)

Designed for children ages 3-6, our preschool storytime features longer picture books, plus plenty of flannel boards, puppets and songs. We explore a different theme each week with books and crafts to help with emerging literacy and fine motor skills, followed by a play time.

This program takes place in the ESTUDILLO ROOM at the Main Library.


7:00 PMHuman Services Commission
The Human Services Commission (HSC) identifies social needs in the community and recommends to the City Council possible ways to meet those needs, evaluates and encourages the provision of social services in the City, assists social services agencies with fundraising, and reviews requests for City financial support to social service agencies. The HSC has nine members who serve four-year terms. The HSC meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Sister Cities Gallery at City Hall.
7:00 PMFamily/Preschool Storytime (Main Library)

FAMILY STORYTIME: Stories, songs and play for families

Based on our preschool storytime, this evening program offers terrific books, songs and rhymes for kids of all ages to enjoy. We explore a different theme each week with books and crafts to help with emerging literacy and fine motor skills, followed by a play time. Wear your pajamas if you’d like!

This program is held in the ESTUDILLO room at the Main Library.


Thursday August 24, 2017
10:30 AMPatty Cakes

Preschool story time for children ages 2-5. No registration required.

3:30 PMLego Club (Main Library)

LEGO Club! · for ages 5 and up

4th Thursday of the Month · 3:30-4:45pm

Calling all LEGO enthusiasts! We’ll supply the LEGOS and the theme, you build!

Club Schedule (subject to change)

· 3:30-3:35—Find a seat

· 3:35-4:30—Build Time

· 4:30-4:40– Show and Tell

· 4:40-4:45—Clean Up Time

You don’t have to stay for the whole time, but be sure to clean up before you leave. Thanks!

For their safety, children under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult at library activities

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